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Nu Dang and His Kite (Voyager Book; Avb62)

Jacqueline Ayer

Nu Dang and His Kite (Voyager Book; Avb62)

by Jacqueline Ayer

  • 64 Want to read
  • 25 Currently reading

Published by Harcourt .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sports & Recreation - General,
  • Children"s Books/All Ages,
  • Children: Babies & Toddlers

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10107024M
    ISBN 100156678004
    ISBN 109780156678001
    OCLC/WorldCa5934662

      An illustration from Nu Dang and His Kite by Jacqueline Ayer. Photograph: Courtesy publishers Race was not a factor for Ayer, says . Nu Dang And His Kite by Ayer, Jacqueline/ Drumwright, Marc (Ilt) After losing his kite on a windy day, Nu Dang spends the rest of the day paddling around in his boat searching for the lost kite.

    Nu Dang and His Kite The Paper-Flower Tree. Books Authors Illustrators Translators For Teachers About Us Contact Donate Catalogs Events Blog. NU DANG AND HIS KITE. Jacqueline Ayer | Enchanted Lion, USA | 40pp | 10 x 7 ¾ inches “In a sunny, sleepy place halfway around the world in Siam, on the banks of a long brown river, there once lived a little boy whose name was Nu Dang.” Thus begins this enchanting story about a small boy who loves his kite more than anything else.

    Nu Dang and his kite. by Jacqueline Ayer. After losing his kite on a windy day, Nu Dang spends the rest of the day paddling around in his boat searching for the lost kite. to-read ( people), picture-book (2 people), reviewed-books (2 people), goodreads-giveaway-review (2 people), picture-books (2 people), children (2 peo.


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"Nu Dang is a little boy in Siam who loves to fly his kite. But on one particularly windy day the string slips and his kite disappears. Charmingly written and elegantly illustrated by Jacqueline Ayer, "Nu Dang and His Kite" is an engaging and entertainingly original picture book story that follows Nu Dang as he searches for his kite."5/5(5).

"Nu Dang is a little boy in Siam who loves to fly his kite. But on one particularly windy day the string slips and his kite disappears.

Charmingly written and elegantly illustrated by Jacqueline Ayer, "Nu Dang and His Kite" is an engaging and entertainingly original picture book story that follows Nu Dang as he searches for his kite."Brand: Enchanted Lion Books. "Nu Dang is a little boy in Siam who loves to fly his kite.

But on one particularly windy day the string slips and his kite disappears. Charmingly written and elegantly illustrated by Jacqueline Ayer, ‘Nu Dang and His Kite’ is an engaging and entertainingly original picture book story that follows Nu Dang as he searches for his kite.". Nu Dang and His Kite.

All of our paper waste is recycled within the UK and turned into corrugated cardboard. Book Binding:N/A. World of Books USA was founded in Book Condition:LIKENEW. We want your experience with World of Books 5/5(1). The thing little Siamese Nu Dang loves best in the world is his elaborate orange and red kite.

And when his kite slips from his hands on a windy day, it is a forlorn Nu Dang who wanders up the sleepy river asking here and there if anyone has found it. Age range 4 to 8More than anything, Nu Dang loves to fly his kite, but one windy day the string slips and his kite disappears.

The story follows Nu Dang as he searches for his kite. In his small boat he paddles down the long brown river asking the sweet-cakes vendor, the cloth merchant, the butcher and others if they've seen his kite, but no one has.

At last he sadly makes his. Buy NU DANG AND HIS KITE by AYER, JACQUELINE Children'S Books English Books available at with special promotions. Further still, the exhibition, Jacqueline Ayer: Drawing On Thailand, would be coinciding with a re-issue, the first in 60 years, of two of her celebrated picture books: Nu Dang and His Kite and The Paper-Flower Tree by Enchanted Lion Books.

For me this down pouring of interest in Jacqueline Ayer’s Thailand-inspired books, resembled less the. Nu Dang was the happiest boy in the grassy field. He was the happiest boy in Siam. He was the happiest boy in the world. But this soaring bliss plummets into heartbreak one windy day when Nu Dang’s kite slips out of his hand — “just like that!” — and disappears into the clear blue skies, leaving the little boy bereft.

Teachers' free resources School Account Login Redgum resources. Register Your School. Home | About us | Contact us; Privacy policy | Terms of use & copyright. Object Moved This document may be found here. Print book: Fiction: Juvenile audience: EnglishView all editions and formats: Summary: An enchanting story about Nu Dang, who flies his kite and lives in Thailand on the banks of a muddy river.

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The story follows Nu Dang as he searches for his kite. In his small boat he paddles down the long brown river asking the sweet-cakes vendor, the cloth merchant, the butcher and others if they’ve seen his kite, but no one has. The Paper-Flower Tree and Nu Dang and His Kite were republished in June and July respectively in by New York-based publishers Enchanted Lion Books, in conjunction with an exhibition on Jacqueline Ayer's illustration and fashion design at The House of Illustration in London, June 17 to Octo More than anything, Nu Dang loves to fly his kite, but one windy day the string slips and his kite disappears.

The story follows Nu Dang as he searches for his kite. In his small boat he paddles down the long brown river asking the sweet-cakes vendor, the cloth merchant, the butcher and others if they've seen his kite, but no one has. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Nu Dang and His Kite at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.

Nu Dang and His Kite by Jacqueline Ayer. Nu Dang lives in a sleepy village, and more than anything else (even swimming or two orange ices), he loves to fly his kite. On any clear, windy day, Nu Dang and his friends fly their kites in the shape of fish, birds, snakes high into the sky.

But one day Nu Dang loses his kite. (Picture book) Tua and. Nu Dang and his kite. [Jacqueline Ayer; Fritz Eichenberg] -- One windy day, Nu Dang loses his kite and sets out along the river banks to find it.

Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 library. An enchanting story about Nu Dang, who flies his kite and lives in Thailand on the banks of a muddy river. More than anything, Nu Dang loves to fly his kite, but one windy day the string slips and his kite disappears.

The story follows Nu Dang as he searches for his kite. In his small boat he paddles down the long brow. Nu Dang and his kite — by Jacqueline Ayer After losing his kite on a windy day, Nu Dang spends the rest of the day paddling around in his boat searching for the lost kite.More than anything, Nu Dang loves to fly his kite, but one windy day the string slips and his kite disappears and so this story follows Nu Dang as he searches for his kite.

In his small boat he paddles down the long brown river asking the sweet-cakes vendor, the cloth merchant, the butcher and others if they've seen his kite, but no one has. At last he sadly makes his way .Full-colour children's book for agesbeautifully written and illustrated by Jamaican-American designer Jacqueline Ayer, based on her recollections of family life in Bangkok.

Originally published in and reprinted to coincide with House of Illustration’s exhibition Jacqueline Ayer: Drawing on Thailand.